When you exchange money (usually) for something
Past Participle form
Every day I buy a newspaper and coffee.
She buys fresh fruit and vegetables from a supermarket.
A: What do you usually buy at the shop?
B: I usually buy milk every Saturday.
I bought a new dress last week.
My parents bought a house near the beach. They love going there in the summer.
A: I bought a new television last month.
B: Is it good?
A: It's brilliant. It is so clear and has all the channels.
I am buying my first house at the moment.
She's was buying a book and someone stole it from her.
A: Can I help you?
B: Yes, I'm buying a gift for my wife. Do you have any suggestions?
A: Well, this necklace is rather nice. What do you think?
B: It's lovely - I'll take it.
I've bought so many records that my house is full!
My girlfriend's bought my a surprise birthday present.
A: What have you bought for me?
B: I've bought you an apple from my tree.
A: Oh, thank you.